Emerging Concepts in the Design of Immunotherapy Strategies

March 22-26, 2021

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Description & Schedule

This intensive international spring course is designed to serve:

  • Graduate students
  • Fellows
  • Academics
  • Clinicians
  • Industry professionals & investors

This intensive international spring course is designed to provide students, fellows, academics and professionals with the means to understand key concepts and cutting-edge advances in the design of current immunotherapy strategies. We have gathered immunology and immunotherapy experts from around the world to discuss novel perspectives in immunotherapy, review the extraordinary development of novel technology to map immune lesions and discuss the impact of immunomodulatory strategies in the treatment of human cancer, inflammatory diseases and infectious diseases.

The lectures, organized into a 5-day course will be provided on-line from either France (Sorbonne University or Institut Curie in Paris), Brazil (University of Sao Paulo) or from the USA (Mount Sinai, New York) and transmitted live. Lecturers and attendees from all continents will have the opportunity to discuss live in an open forum.

***All times are New York EST***

Course Schedule (click to enlarge)

Featured Speakers

Speaker list (click to enlarge)

Registration

***Please read the following information carefully***

  • For Mount Sinai Graduate students: Please register through the Graduate School in order to receive credit for this course by emailing at registrar@mssm.edu with the course name “International Course of Immunotherapy” and ID (BSR3510).
  • For US and rest of the world attendees: Please register using your institution email using the following link here.

***All registered participants will receive a zoom link by email to attend the course.***

Organizers

The International Course of Immunotherapy is a collaborative effort between the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York, USA), Sorbonne Université and Institut Curie (Paris, FRANCE), and University of São Paolo (São Paolo, BRAZIL).

The course organizers for the different locations include the following:

Mount Sinai:

Sorbonne Université:

  • François Lemoine, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Veronique Mateo, Ph.D.

Institut Curie

  • Hélène Salmon, Ph.D.

Universidade de São Paulo:

  • Roger Chammas, M.D., Ph.D.

Course Policies

The course organizers are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all participants and to provide for equal opportunity and treatment of all participants and attendees. All participants are expected to abide by these polices.

Anti-Harassment Policy

Behaviors such as harassment, discrimination and abuse (based on age, race, color, culture, national origin, ethnicity, language, religion, creed, alienage or citizenship status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, socioeconomic status, veteran status, military status, marital or partnership status, being the victim of spousal abuse or domestic violence, or based on any other characteristic protected by law) will not be tolerated. Discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression also will not be tolerated.

Photography Policy

The course organizers may capture images and audiovisual (AV) recordings for use in archival and/or promotional material. Your participation in the course and events implies your permission for images and AV recordings captured to be used for archival and promotional materials and waives your rights for compensation or ownership of these images.


Background image: KP tumor imaged by Maxime Dhainaut

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